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Published on 12 Mar 09
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
With approximately one in five families in Australia being a blended family, this presentation focuses on the succession planning issues that arise including:
the different approaches
passing control of family trusts
avoiding family trust distribution tax
dealing with superannuation death benefits.
Daniel Fry FTIA is a Partner at taxation law firm Norton & Smailes in Western Australia. He began his
career as a Chartered Accountant at Arthur Andersen in its superannuation and tax division and has been
a Solicitor with Norton & Smailes since 1999. Daniel practises in all areas of tax but mainly specialises in
superannuation, trusts, capital gains tax, and estate and succession planning. Current at 12 March 2009
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